CSO21 winners receiving their prize money at the award ceremony conducted at the UN Climate Summit.
ClimateScience Olympiad 2022
The global student competition to find solutions to climate change.
How it works
The qualifier round is a 25-minute online quiz. You can do this online right now, later, or as a student at your school. It works on your computer or smartphone.
From February, schools can register their qualifier events to allow all students to participate in sync. Upon verification, schools can also get printable versions of the sheets and conduct exams in paper form.
Each person can participate up to 3 times plus 1 per person they refer.
All participants will receive a certificate, and top participants a special honour.
Prepare with our quiz app available for Android and iPhone.
The best 10% of all qualifier attempts advance to the Quarter Finals. Quarter Finals follow the same quick-question format as Qualifiers.
Every finalist will be awarded a Bronze Medal, the top 20 and top 10 will be awarded a Silver and Gold Medal, respectively. The top teams split the prize pool of $15,000 (USD).
In the finals, you'll write a proposal about a major climate-related issue and be interviewed by our judges. As in 2021, we hope to conduct the winners ceremony at the United Nations' Climate Summit (COP) and give the top teams the opportunity to present their solutions on a world stage.
Participate on your own or in a team of two, and compete against youths from around the world to find solutions to climate change. The top 10 teams will win a share of the $15,000 prize pool.
Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, speaks at the ClimateScience Olympiad 2021 Awards Ceremony at UN Climate Summit, Glasgow.
Host a private event for your students
Educators can organise a private event exclusively for their students. You get a report of their scores after the competition. Create a private event online!